Employed at the Research Unit since 2018 (ON MATERNITY LEAVE)
Inequality, comparative studies, family economics, education
Hjorth-Trolle, A., and A. Hed (2018) “The Causal Effect of Grading Practices on Social Reproduction”. Working Paper.
Holm, A., Hjorth-Trolle, A. and Jæger, M.M. (2018). ”Signals, Educational Decision Making, and Educational Inequality”. Working paper, under review in European Sociological Review.
Hjorth-Trolle, A. (2018) “Behind the Resource Dulition Hypothesis: Home Resources and Family Size”. Under review in Journal of Marriage and Family.
Hjorth-Trolle, A. (2018) “Beliefs, Parental Investments, and Intergenerational Persistence: A Formal Model”. Rationality and Society, 30, 108-154.
Hjorth-Trolle, A., and Molitoris, J. (2017). “Do Siblings Take the Weight off our Shoulders? The Causal Effect of Family Size on the Risk of Overweight and Obesity during Childhood”. Working paper.
Hjorth-Trolle, A., S. Møllegaard, and A. Holm (2017) “Estimating Separate Effects from Mono- and Dizygotic Twins Using a Normal Mixture Model”. Working paper.
Hjorth-Trolle, A. (2016) Parental Investments and the Reproduction of Socioeconomic Status: Four empirical, methodological, and theoretical essays on intergenerational transmissions. University of Copenhagen.
Hjorth-Trolle, A. and A. Breinholt (2016) “Forældreinvestering og social ulighed [Parental Investments and Social Inequality]” in Niels Ploug (ed.) Social Arv og Social Ulighed, 2. udgave. Copenhagen: Hans Reitzels Forlag.
Hjorth-Trolle, A. (2015) “Sheepskin Effects in the Returns to Education – New Evidence from Within-Family Models”. Working paper.